Tradie who tried to drive a motorcyclist off the road repeatedly punched him in the face

Wild moment tradition motorcyclist tries to run off the road before he repeatedly hits his head against an intersection

  • Shocking images arose from a confrontation between tradition and bikie
  • The couple had stopped at a busy intersection when they began to fight
  • Disputes arose when bikie tried to catch up on the roundabout
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Shocking images can be seen of a trader who hits a motorcyclist in the middle of a busy intersection after he tries to run him off the road in his ute.

The wild confrontation with tantrums took place in May of last year on a highway in Capalaba, southwest Brisbane.

Dash cam images show the motorcyclist's attempt to take the ute that was towing an excavator at a roundabout.

Shocking images originated from a traditional motorcyclist punching in the middle of a busy intersection after he tried to run him off the road

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Shocking images originated from a traditional motorcyclist punching in the middle of a busy intersection after he tried to run him off the road

The ute can then be seen swinging towards the motorcyclist.

According to the motorist who caught the incident, the ute driver deliberately tried to drive the motorcyclist off the road several times.

A little later the tradition can be seen while the traffic is stopped at the intersection.

The ute driver then gets out of his vehicle and approaches the bike.

While the light turns green, the pair is opposite. The bikie gets out of his bike and can be seen being pushed by tradition.

The confrontation happened on a highway in Capalaba, in southwestern Brisbane in May of last year

The confrontation happened on a highway in Capalaba, in southwestern Brisbane in May of last year

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The confrontation happened on a highway in Capalaba, in southwestern Brisbane in May of last year

He then punches the bikie out before the couple argues in the middle of the busy intersection.

The tradition can be seen back to his vehicle before the bike flees on his bike.

Daily Mail has contacted the Queensland police for comments.

The motorist who claimed the video when they tried to give the images to the police was not interested

The motorist who claimed the video when they tried to give the images to the police was not interested

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The motorist who claimed the video when they tried to give the images to the police was not interested

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